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LINGUIST List 20.1028

Mon Mar 23 2009

TOC: Journal of Pragmatics 41/5 (2009)

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        1.    Christopher Tancock, Journal of Pragmatics Vol 41, No 5 (2009)

Message 1: Journal of Pragmatics Vol 41, No 5 (2009)
Date: 23-Mar-2009
From: Christopher Tancock <c.tancockelsevier.com>
Subject: Journal of Pragmatics Vol 41, No 5 (2009)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd

Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume Number: 41
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: May 2009

Subtitle: Pragmatic Markers, edited by Neal Norrick

Main Text:

Table of Contents:

1. Pragmatic Markers: introduction
Pages 863-865
Neal R. Norrick

2. Interjections as pragmatic markers
Pages 866-891
Neal R. Norrick

3. Topic Orientation Markers
Pages 892-898
Bruce Fraser

4. Co-occurrence of discourse markers in Catalan and Spanish oral narrative
Pages 899-914
Maria-Josep Cuenca, Maria-Josep Marín

5.Mind you
Pages 915-920
David M. Bell

6. Expressing digression linguistically: Do digressive markers exist?
Pages 921-936
Salvador Pons Bordería, Maria Estellés Arguedas

7. From “textual” to “interpersonal”: On the diachrony of the Italian particle mica
Pages 937-950
Jacqueline Visconti

Regular Papers

8. Pragmatic deficits with syntactic consequences?: L2 pronominal subjects and
the syntax–pragmatics interface
Pages 951-973
Jason Rothman

9. Implementing incipient actions: The discourse marker ‘so’ in English conversation
Pages 974-998
Galina B. Bolden

10. An elaboration of the faithfulness claims in direct writing
Pages 999-1016
Reiko Ikeo

11. Metaphor and the Natural Semantic Metalanguage
Pages 1017-1028
Catherine Wearing

12. Exploring the effects of input-based treatment and test on the development
of learners’ pragmatic proficiency
Pages 1029-1046
Masahiro Takimoto

13. Impoliteness in a cultural context
Pages 1047-1060
Sara Mills

Discussion Note

14. A note on Matsumoto regarding Japanese verbs of giving and receiving
Pages 1061-1065
Osamu Ishiyama

Book Reviews

15. ‘Kubla Khan’—Poetic Structure, Hypnotic Quality and Cognitive Style A study
in mental, vocal and critical performance: Reuven Tsur, Human Cognitive
Processing 16, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2006, 252 pp, EUR 110.
USD 132 (hb)
Pages 1066-1070
Steven J. Willett

16. Collaborating towards Coherence: Lexical Cohesion in English Discourse:
Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2006, 192 pp., $158
Pages 1071-1073
Leelo Keevallik

17. Pragmatics and Discourse. A Resource Book for Students, 2nd Edition: Joan
Cutting, Routledge English Language Introductions. Routledge and Francis Group,
London and New York, 2008, 256 pp., ISBN: 978-0-415-44667-9
Pages 1074-1078
Marta Dynel

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Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
                            Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Catalan-Valencian-Balear (cat)
                            Italian (ita)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Spanish (spa)

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